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    1. Effectively attract and kills flies without poison scatter baits or electrocution

    2. And He said, “The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter

    3. Just as I started to get the image into some sort of focus, at the critical moment when I started to remember details about the garden, their clothes and the house, right then the truck would bounce or shake over rough English roads, and these carefully assembled pieces of the picture puzzle would break and scatter

    4. His impatience, left her feeling scatter brained

    5. been tamed, and scatter in terror as the fearless (or

    6. Normally this sort of reaction would cause a crowd to scatter as they ran for cover

    7. Crawling on his belly from one building to the next, he tried not to look down but often he found himself glimpsing at the streets below, watching the shadows scatter as yet another ball of flame ignited the sky

    8. Late afternoon had seen most people in town scatter to their respective corners for the day

    9. shadows,and blushes scatter over a book case packed with

    10. But he’d made no effort to move the stones that ringed his fire pit, or scatter the ashes, or hide the coals

    11. Potential aviators should be warned now that the way to becoming airborne is not paved with comfy chairs and scatter cushions

    12. However, aligning such positive energy into one’s home/office is insufficient as the energy may eventually flow away or scatter

    13. It made little difference that he’d heard about the cat’s cinema attack because his instincts took over and he yanked the steering wheel hard to one side, hoping the cats would scatter before he hit one

    14. There was a scatter of blips as he fired on a smaller needle-like ship

    15. Junya turned on the light and saw a few roaches scatter into the cracks in

    16. I am always forgetting things; I am such a scatter brain sometimes – it’s part of my charm

    17. It’s no use—my heart pounds and my thoughts scatter

    18. their fathers, and shall scatter them beyond the river, because they have made their groves, provoking the Lord to anger

    19. He says when President Reagan helped scatter the USSR by crusading there for religious tolerance, that that was as much a turning point as the Berlin Wall coming down

    20. The remains may legally be in possession of the family or they can scatter it where and how they please

    21. This makes me wonder, did he also scatter the ashes in the sea? I mean, birds can’t swim, can they?

    22. Eze 6:5 And I will lay the dead carcases of the children of Israel before their idols; and I will scatter your bones round about your altars

    23. The harsh reality is, this so-called “ash”, is nothing but your loved ones bones which have been liquidised in an industrial blender like fruit juice! We then go ahead and scatter grandma’s “ashes” on the farm or her beloved holiday venue or in the ocean, or we even put it on the mantle place

    24. It would be dreadful when they were all grown up and had to scatter over the world

    25. 27 To overthrow their seed also among the nations, and to scatter them in the lands

    26. fitches, and scatter the cummin, and throw in the principal wheat and the appointed barley and the rye in its place? 26 For his God

    27. them, and the wind shall carry them away, and the whirlwind shall scatter them, and you shall rejoice in the Lord, and shall glory in

    28. Therefore will I scatter them as the stubble that passes away by the wind of the wilderness

    29. 1 Woe be to the pastors that destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture! says the Lord

    30. Even if it is just a handful of apprentices to scatter through our armies, anything would be of great help

    31. siege are fulfilled, and you shall take a third part, and strike about it with a knife, and a third part you shall scatter in the wind; and I

    32. scatter into all the winds

    33. of the children of Israel before their idols; and I will scatter your bones round about your altars

    34. wheels, even under the cherub, and fill your hand with coals of fire from between the cherubims, and scatter them over the city; And

    35. 14 And I will scatter toward every wind all that are about him to help him, and all his bands; and I will draw out the sword after

    36. 15 And they shall know that I am the Lord, when I shall scatter them among the nations, and disperse them in the countries

    37. wilderness, that I would scatter them among the heathen, and disperse them through the countries; 24 Because they had not executed

    38. 15 And I will scatter you among the

    39. among the cities that are laid waste shall be desolate forty years, and I will scatter the Egyptians among the nations, and will disperse

    40. which was broken; and I will cause the sword to fall out of his hand; 23 And I will scatter the Egyptians among the nations, and will

    41. sword into the hand of the King of Babylon, and he shall stretch it out on the land of Egypt; 26 And I will scatter the Egyptians

    42. shall do that which his fathers have not done, nor his fathers' fathers; he shall scatter among them the prey, and spoil, and riches: yes,

    43. shall be for a time, times, and an half; and when he shall have accomplished to scatter the power of the holy people, all these things

    44. the head of his villages: they came out as a whirlwind to scatter me: their rejoicing was as to devour the poor secretly

    45. their horn over the land of Judah to scatter it

    46. I needed to know that she and the rest of my family were safe, and no fox had come to rip them up and scatter their remains over the town square like Souta's great-grandfather

    47. where I will scatter them; For I know that the people will not hear me, for they are a people of a stiff neck, but they shall turn to their

    48. They had tried to scatter, but we were able to capture or kill the bulk of them

    49. For example if we want to study productivity and customer satisfaction are they related, and then we can draw a scatter plot and study

    50. Judea, he sent him out, 13 Commanding him to kill Judas, and to scatter them that were with him, and to make Alcimus high priest of

    1. Before they were done with their lunch, they were traversing open range spotted with scattered small holds with small herdsmen on open range

    2. The scattered tussocks of hair-grass and a few week-leaves were the only signs of life

    3. Please, at least settle your cherub on one of the hundreds of big islands I've scattered in a lazy arc across this water

    4. A flock of gulls scattered, keening loudly and interrupting their conversation

    5. And they were scattered, because there is no shepherd: and they became meat to all the beasts of the field, when they were

    6. My sheep wandered through all the mountains, and upon every high hill: yea, my flock was scattered upon all the face of the earth, and none did search or seek after them

    7. they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd

    8. The sheep suddenly scattered as another sound, closer, less expected, broke through the background of train, birds, sea and herbage; they regrouped a short distance beyond and stood staring

    9. scattered thoughts together she stood up along with

    10. The area was thickly scattered with twiggy brush about six or eight feet tall

    11. he counts scattered claw marks

    12. upon which papers are scattered and a projector hums,

    13. Kortrax was again free of the horizon, smiling broadly on the endless expanse of ribbonleaves and fronds spreading away to the northwest like a floor of hip-deep yellow flowers widely scattered with graceful archwoods like the clump they were camped in

    14. The rest of the people Israel would be scattered through the wilderness places of the nations

    15. Porcelain fruit leaves scattered in the basket with careless abandon served to highlight the rich and vulgar colours

    16. diffused, scattered to the four corner winds,

    17. Tiny islands with only a few clawleaves are scattered here and there

    18. I dragged myself back to my scattered clothes and flopped down

    19. From her walls hung decorative plates scattered at random around the panelled and polished saloon

    20. He loved violets and scattered them round the house whenever he could

    21. There's already a jacket over the backrest of my chair and the table is scattered with hooks, some twine and a knife

    22. They scattered like the wind screeching and fumbling to flee

    23. As I pull together all the garments scattered round the room and pack them in the bags, I try to come to terms with the concept that I would rather like my dream (as it is probably safer to call it) to be reality

    24. Our pace quickened for the final thrust and so we raced, slipping and sliding through scattered sun-bleached tree bark, fragments of branches and odd pieces of driftwood that littered the stony ground until we were close enough to resist it no longer

    25. Following a polite if sparse cremation service held in the clean but anonymous halls of blonde wood and magnolia paint at the local crematorium, and with the memory of the pastor’s mistaken belief that his wife’s name was Aileen twitching behind his eyes, Ken carried out Eileen’s last wish, which was to have her ashes scattered on the garlic beds

    26. Start by consciously letting go of scattered or fearful thoughts and

    27. Helmets, truncheons and shields lay scattered across the road

    28. was to have her ashes scattered on the garlic beds

    29. ’ I told him, tidying up the diaries scattered over the table so that we can have enough space to eat

    30. dark creatures lay scattered all around them on the

    31. He kept the mats down more often and had lots of old blankets scattered around and let the klizhorns roost as they pleased

    32. White Feathers's supply of ice blocks was nearly exhausted before the last week of August, which prompted discussion of an alternative plan to the tedium of retrieving the blocks from beneath their scattered holding buoys in the lake

    33. When the tent was stowed and the fire extinguished and scattered, they went for a hike a little ways up from their campsite to a bend in a river above the lake

    34. petitioners scattered about the room

    35. disgust as the vermin scattered about the barn, and shooed

    36. usually neatly stacked in the corner were scattered across the room

    37. When we woke the next morning, the room looked as though there had been a wild bacchanal there with items of clothing scattered all over the place and the empty champagne bottle lying abandoned

    38. Lightly rippled water, a few bright white puffballs scattered here and there in the sky with the sails

    39. The grass they stood on was much greener than any grass they had seen before, and scattered across the grass were many pretty daisies and dandelions

    40. scattered around the place

    41. A few scattered cars littered the

    42. Mandy made sure Chef Paul's tutoring efforts for Jameson weren't just instructional; she had the meals delivered to the young and struggling families scattered around and within reach of the village

    43. that were scattered through every room in the house

    44. scattered on the floors

    45. There’s tall crystal towers scattered all around, sometimes in clumps and often near locks

    46. The arena floor was scattered with bodies, some

    47. scattered over the earth?

    48. " Jesse answered with a broad smile, "That comment says you really have read the book, there were several sets of parents – scattered all over the world

    49. to a few scattered homes, Jean decided it was time to find

    50. His wardrobe was scattered across the country at

    1. He had a thick scattering of brown freckles over his ruddy skin, what you could see of it thru the whiskers

    2. A stick whacked at a clump of waist high nettles, sending fragments of the sting-laden leaves scattering across the rough grassland at the edge of the meadow

    3. The walkers turned east, following the path, disturbing sheep and scattering a bevy of rabbits

    4. There was a small scattering of throw rugs around

    5. With one stroke of one double paw it turned over the whole campsite, scattering the fireplace, the cookware, the clothing and the blanket

    6. scattering chick down in thin, sticky layers on rusting welds

    7. I don't know if it was the reflections in the sea, or the lights from passing ships, or maybe the peaceful scattering of tables and chairs in the street, or even the girl, the mountains, the bells, or all of it all together, but that was the evening the spirit of the village of Sophia stood before me, showed me her face and stole me away

    8. I pictured food in the pot and someone, perhaps the cook from his ship, wiping down the wooden table then shaking out the cloth through the window - not realising he was scattering seeds

    9. with their scattering of holly and hawthorn, and the single trees that

    10. The tide was right in; waves wildly swooshing up against the rocks scattering droplets of brine for metres up in the air where they sparkled in the sun, the wind-borne spray hitting her in the face

    11. The first outbreaks of Campion are scattering their pink flower heads like the talents of cheap tarts on a bank holiday weekend, and their first, early seed pods are breaking open, the vanguard to their annual invasion of the field edge

    12. A pile of coins gleamed in his outstretched hand, then suddenly, the coins leapt into the air, scattering throughout the room

    13. Since we don't have open country here, but winding back streets, canals, a scattering of village centers every few thousand yards, plenty of foot and wagon traffic, I don't think ground pursuit is practical right now

    14. But she would need to take her turn in grabbing hold of Mercer, who had become suddenly intrigued by a scattering of gold coin and trinkets along the pathway to the right

    15. "Excellent bird, this," he continued, scattering morsels of masticated meat across the table in his haste to sing its praises

    16. “When Gabriel visited you, did he tell you how this baby should be raised?” The wind blew, scattering my hair about

    17. To the eastward of the Milo was some scattering ice, and to the westward, Cape Thaddeus on the

    18. Thornton then took a course to the eastward into the scattering ice in hopes of avoiding a confrontation with the unknown

    19. It lay in ruins, decimated, rubble from the ancient buildings and new office blocks mingled alike in a mile-wide scattering of stone

    20. Above, they had a projected view of space outside: brilliant scattering of stars, the swathe of the Milky Way

    21. To this Shafter sent a further, terse demand for unconditional surrender, at which the Sunday quietude was broken by a scattering volley and a shell from the Spaniards, as they defiantly dragged down the white flag

    22. He made the floor soft, scattering some straw over it, and put a bucket of water in the corner

    23. Broad scattering snowflakes were

    24. She took in the crowds of smiling faces, the bouquets of fragrant flowers, the scattering of rose petals that Molly was releasing along the central path

    25. "Away ter me," I called, watching in horror as Midge ran straight through the middle of the gaggle, scattering them in all directions

    26. I studied Uncle Hobart as he stuffed his supper into his mouth, breadcrumbs from the roughly cut cheese sandwich scattering down the front of his jumper; the collar of his faded frayed shirt showing a thin strip of white material from beneath; his grubby trousers tied up with a piece of bailer twine

    27. Grabbing the bag with both hands, she upended and shook it, scattering the contents across the floor while shrieking in frustration and kicking clothing across the room

    28. She was met at Limon’s tiny airport (nothing more than a landing strip, a windsock and a scattering of buildings) by a long, black limousine

    29. Not even close: it was deserted and there was nothing but the damn jungle and a scattering of half-fallen-down shacks

    30. The casino, such as it was, consisted of nothing more than a short line of slots and a scattering of tables where low-stakes poker and blackjack were the games of choice

    31. There were several wooden barracks, a larger building that Colling guessed was the headquarters where it was likely interrogations took place, and a scattering of other smaller structures

    32. The sun was up, and there would be no protection from its burning rays this day, except for a thin scattering of foliage

    33. As he signed the register, he had a view of the dining room, furnished with a scattering of small tables

    34. There was a scattering of laughter, then the tavern keeper said, “In truth, you seem like a big shot American

    35. or say an arm's a tree, scattering connections

    36. Uriah died only days after Tris, but Zeke and Hana said their good-byes just weeks afterward, scattering his ashes in the chasm, amid the clatter of all their friends and family

    37. However, with the third scattering, a metal identification plate fell from the urn

    38. They say there is more “dignity” in this practice as opposed to just scattering the ashes on the ground

    39. Into it Norman Douglas bounced, scattering and annihilating its charm in a moment

    40. I noticed that about half of the large (two hundred men) crew was also Koryo; the rest seemed to be from the Southeastern Cities with perhaps a scattering of Timacua and Pansfalaya

    41. fire, with scattering, and tempest, and hailstones

    42. South of the Wanka was the province of Angara where our Wanka guides told us we would find the tribe of the same name and a scattering of other tribes that the Inka had transplanted to keep an eye on the warlike Angara

    43. Virgins, who had been shut up within their chambers, came out with their mothers, scattering dust and ashes on their heads, and

    44. An unnoticed (at the time) result of this scattering of Italians all over the Mediterranean basin was the establishment of linguistic, cultural, religious, and legal basis of the modern nations of Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, and Romania and to a lesser degree those of the Anglo-Germanic nations

    45. But I think she would reject that method, and amuse herself by blasting and scattering you repeatedly until the curse was completely expended

    46. Green and yellow walls, shelves of herbs and spices—most empty now, unstocked since the war and the land’s despair—a scattering of pots and dishes for baking, some that had once belonged to her mother

    47. “If in fact the unique surface texture and crystalline structure are not key to the reflective quality of the stone,” the blue draconian astronomer commented in a throbbing, somewhat sardonic growl, “then the altered piece should not only equal the reflectivity of the unaltered piece, but significantly surpass it, for not only is the sphericity of its shape now perfect, which will allow the many pieces to focus together on a single point, it’s surface texture is now perfectly smooth, which should vastly reduce scattering of the reflection

    48. The animal’s jaw and head have been torn from its body and he sees only a scattering of green across grey fur

    49. At his left on a nearby scattering of skeleton and stone that had once been the undead Lammas soldiers and Gelahn’s mountain dogs, the snow-raven perched, its watchful eye turned towards the scribe

    50. His eyes narrowed, and now seeming to look for a way out without appearing to retreat, he saluted as he said, “This must not be the disturbance that I was sent out to investigate; therefore I shall go on! Make way! Make way!” he shouted, suddenly spurring his horse into the line of men who had slowly encircled the patrol, he waved his troop to follow, scattering people in all directions

    1. as she scatters herself around the room,

    2. wolf coming, and leaves the sheep, and flees: and the wolf catches them, and scatters the

    3. owner of the sheep, sees the wolf coming, and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them

    4. The crowd scatters, everyone running in terror from the threat of bullets, and I try to see who, if anyone, was shot, but the rush of bodies is too intense

    5. 11 Also by watering he wearies the thick cloud, he scatters his bright cloud,

    6. 24 By what way is the light parted, which scatters the east wind on the Earth?

    7. The family is very happy to receive a bit of saw dust and cement in an “ash-urn” or wooden box, believing wholeheartedly that its grandma’s ash, but grandma’s body is decomposing under a bush at the Tristate crematorium, while the family scatters grandmas ashes at her favourite spot

    8. who scatters, and yet increases, and there is one who withholds more than is sufficient, but it tends to produce poverty

    9. The wise king scatters the

    10. 1 See, the Lord makes the Earth empty, and makes it waste, and turns it upside down, and scatters abroad the inhabitants of it

    11. 20 Whoever casts a stone at the birds scatters them away, and he who upbraids his friend breaks friendship

    12. 30 "He who is not with Me is against Me and he who doesn't gather with Me scatters

    13. The wolf snatches the sheep and scatters them

    14. He who doesn't gather with Me scatters

    15. whoever is not with me is against me; and whoever gathers not with me scatters abroad

    16. I am the good shepherd; and the good shepherd gives himself for his sheep; But the hireling who is not a shepherd and whose the sheep are not when he sees the wolf as it comes leaves the sheep and flees and the wolf comes and snatches away the sheep and scatters them and the hireling flees because he is an hireling and has no care for the sheep

    17. Behold, the LORD lays the earth waste, devastates it, distorts its surface and scatters its inhabitants

    18. he who is not with Me is against Me and he who does not gather with Me scatters; When the unclean spirit has gone out of a man he walks through the dry places seeking rest; and finding none he says: I will return to my house from where I came out and when he leaves he finds it swept and decorated; then he leaves and brings seven other spirits more wicked than himself for himself; and they enter and stay there and the last state of that man is worse than the first

    19. You dive between cars, your team scatters in the ambush

    20. You compel me to declare that he who is not with me is against me, while he who gathers not with me scatters abroad

    21. who scatters the seeds of love and humanity,

    22. turns it upside down, and scatters abroad the inhabitants thereof

    23. Do not water from overhead, as it scatters

    24. or haze in the air beneath the clouds scatters sunlight, making that region of the sky appear bright

    25. He had seized all he could of his own that was not invested, and Priscilla had drawn her loose cash from the Kunitz bank; but what he took hidden in his gaiters after paying for Priscilla's outfit and bribing Annalise was not more than three hundred pounds; and what is three hundred pounds to a person who buys and furnishes cottages and scatters five-pound notes among the poor? The cottages were paid for

    26. snatches them, and scatters [them]: 13 [he flees] because he is a hireling, and cares not

    27. wolf snatches them, and scatters [them]: 13 [he flees] because he is a hireling, and

    28. snatches them, and scatters (them): 13 (he flees) because he is a hireling, and cares not

    29. snatches them, and scatters (them): (he flees) because he is a hireling, and cares not

    30. and leaves the sheep, and flees, and the wolf snatches them, and scatters

    31. leaves the sheep, and flees, and the wolf snatches them, and scatters

    32. snatches them, and scatters [them]: 13 [he flees] because he is a hireling, and cares

    33. Jarvis said, stepping out on to the moors, "How quiet it is!" Quiet at midday, except when the hunt scatters across it; quiet in the afternoon, save for the drifting sheep; at night the moor is perfectly quiet

    34. It was one of those March nights when winter seems to wish to resume its sway and scatters its last snows and storms with desperate fury

    35. Stories of a very different kind are brought by all those who come trooping to Washington for place, appointments, and emoluments; men who will say any thing to please the ear, or do any thing to please the eye of Majesty, for the sake of those fat contracts and gifts which it scatters; men whose fathers, brothers, and cousins, are provided for by the Departments; whose full-grown children are at, suck at the money-distilling breasts of the Treasury; the little men who sigh after great offices; those who have judgeships in hand or judgeships in promise; toads that live upon the vapor of the palace, that swallow great men's spittle at the levees; that stare and wonder at all the fine sights which they see there; and most of all wonder at themselves—how they got there to see them

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    Sinónimos para "scatter"

    scatter scattering strewing spread break up disperse dot dust sprinkle dissipate spread out dispel diffuse disband sunder divide disunite disseminate dispense throw shower shed strew expend squander exhaust waste spend